Spinal orthoses are used to treat an array of conditions in the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral regions. They can provide correction to a deformed spine, support by abdominal compression, protection to the spine post-operatively, and immobilization for spinal fractures.

Scoliosis Management

Timely treatment of spinal deformities is critical. Therefore, we utilize proven principles in our brace designs to aggressively address Thoracic, Lumbar, Thoracolumbar and Kyphotic curvatures of the spine.


Rigid LSO/TLSO

Body jackets restrict motion in all planes, immobilize the spine for protection post-operatively and offer stability following spinal injuries and fractures.


Semi-Rigid Spinal Supports

The comfort of soft spinal supports is coupled with the support of more rigid designs. Several styles, which include removable abdominal and spinal panels, make these a versatile option for a variety of spinal conditions.


Corsets

Flexible supports are available in a variety of designs. These offer compression and stabilization to the Thoracic and Lumbar regions using flexible stays and elasticized fabrics for increased comfort.


Cervical

Stability and mild traction are provided for the neck following sprains, painful arthritic conditions, or weaknesses that require added support. They range from soft foam collars to semi-rigid in structure depending on the condition.


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